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Agriculture Pitching in to Battle Climate Change

  Now that California is collecting billions of dollars from greenhouse gas emitters, some of that money is being directed to programs that help farms and dairies reduce their carbon footprints.

  But while additional funds are being sought, the entire program’s future is uncertain.

     In the initial years of cap & trade funds disbursement, the state Department of Food and Agriculture has launched three programs sought by the California Climate and Agriculture Network. Executive Director Renata Brillinger runs them down, beginning with the one known as SWEEP—the State Water Efficiency Enhancement Program.

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Oct 16

Sonoma County Residents Find Relief in Local Assistance Center and FEMA Hub

A Local Assistance Center (LAC), which officials are calling a “one stop shop” to provide resources to those affected by the ongoing fires, opened October 14 in downtown Santa Rosa in the first floor…
Oct 16

LOCAL ASSISTANCE CENTER for Sonoma County Residents Affected By Fires

Local Assistance Center The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa have opened a Local Assistance Center (LAC) in partnership with FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services (CalEOS)…
Oct 16

California Update for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

• Many evacuation orders in Northern California have been lifted after the deadliest week of wildfires in the state’s history.
Oct 15

As Fire Crisis Continues, Counselors Will Be Needed to Help Those at the Margins

The psychological toll from our local fires is very much on our minds today, as people return to their neighborhoods to find homes that are destroyed, damaged or , in some cases, unscathed.
Oct 15


SMART CONTINUES FREE SERVICE THROUGH WEDNESDAY Monday, October 16, 2017 - 4:10am SMART will resume its full service schedule Monday, reopening the Santa Rosa North and Sonoma County Airport stations…